[78-L] Record Research Bulletins and Supplements

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Sat Jan 17 15:16:19 PST 2015

Within the last two months, I received a call from the son of a friend of mine, Dave "Red" Mdetzger, who passed away a couple years ago.
The remnants of his record & CD collection were carted off a few months back, but there were books and magazines that 
the son wanted removed from the house so he could put it on the market.  I took several wine cartons full including some very good
books like Hendersonia, Paramount, Victor Master vol. 2, Fabulous Fives, etc.  After sorting the magazines, I measured the stack
of Record Research issues which came to about 8.5 inches - about 20 cm.  The problem is that of all the magazines, the stack of
Record Research is the only one that I've not sorted chronologically, so it will take a while for me to let you know if I can help you.


>Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2015 23:34:24 +0100>From: Ate van Delden <ate.vandelden at worldonline.nl.invalid>>Subject: [78-L] Record Research Bulletins and Supplements>To: "78-l list" <78-l at klickitat.78online.com>vDuring the Fifties and Sixties Record Research sometimes issued bulletins (RRB) between >its regular issues. They contain major discographical data and therefore I would like to >complete my set. I have issues 3 through 12.>I can help others with completing theirs.>Then Record Research also issued Supplements (RRS). I have issues 20 through 24 of these. >I belive that RRS 42 was issued as late as 1992.>RRB and RRS may have overlapped.>Can anyone help?

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